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DNEG shares their experience transitioning to a Feature Animation pipeline, which required fundamental changes to how they approached production. With a new focus on narrative storytelling, and prioritizing stylization over photorealism, they will discuss how they implemented a new Katana and RenderMan pipeline to help them with these challenges, optimized for sequence-based animation, and other production efficiencies.
Paul Baaske is the Global Workflow Architect for Feature Animation at DNEG. In his role, Paul identifies current and strategic needs for technical development across projects, and engages with various stakeholders to prioritize and execute solutions.
Currently, I am VFX Supervisor on ‘Mr. Spam Gets A New Hat’, an animated short from Academy Award-winning director, writer and illustrator, William Joyce using Unreal Engine. Prior to that, I supervised DNEG’s surfacing work on the upcoming animated feature film, ‘Ron’s Gone Wrong’.
With over 25 years of experience in the film and animation industry, Philippe Denis has worked on movies such as ‘Trolls', 'Mr Peabody and Sherman', 'Megamind’, 'Shrek'. Now, as a VFX Supervisor for DNEG’s, he has most recently delivered ‘Ron’s gone wrong', the company's first animated feature film.
Recognising the importance of technology within the arts, Aysha Madina’s 20 years experience helps her lead teams to deliver stunning images. Progressing from Previs artist to Co-Animation Supervisor, and more recently, Animation QC Supervisor for the animated feature film Ron’s Gone Wrong.
Tom came to DNEG from DreamWorks, where he produced the Oscar-nominated ‘Puss in Boots’ and ‘Rise of the Guardians’ Before Dreamworks Tom was one of the producers on full CG Animated Films ‘Valiant’ and ‘Space Chimps‘
I produce animated feature films
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